Mobile App Prototyping: Designing Custom Interactions Free class
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Prototype 1: Create an Animation13:30
Prototype 2: Create a Transition10:31
Prototype 3: Create a To-do App Action18:00
Your Final Prototypes0:38
About This Class
Have a great idea for an app and unsure where to start? Join Product Designer Noah Levin for an informative 50-minute class on how to use mobile app prototyping to communicate your ideas and execute your vision.
In this class you'll learn the basics of using mobile app prototyping to pioneer new patterns, make unique designs, and find unexpected solutions. You’ll leave this class with 3 new interactions to incorporate into your mobile app designs, including animating an image, screen transition, and a to-do app action. Along the way, you'll also pick up some coding basics, giving you a solid foundation for making your designs happen.
If you're an app designer looking for a new way to prototype, or simply looking to understand how your favorite apps come to life, this class will have you iterating and executing designs to get the most out of what you make.
Note: This class is recommended for those with a basic familiarity of mobile app design. If you're brand-new to prototyping or mobile app design, check out Intro to Mobile App Design on Skillshare.
Framer is a prototyping tool for animation and interaction on desktop and mobile.
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very good class.i am a designer. i dont do code at all. this class made me understand the basics of framer and code itself.
I tried learning Framer on another site and felt like I wasted 4 hours. This course is awesome, quick and get's you working in Farmer right away. Well done!
Noah Levin is a product designer working at ClassPass currently living in New York City.
He's taught framer workshops at Google, General Assembly, WhiteSpace, and various start ups like Causes and IMVU.
Prior to ClassPass, he spent 4.5 years at Google leading the design of the iOS Google app with voice search and Google Now. Before Google, he worked at NASA designing a cuff-mounted interface for astronauts. He grew up in Pittsburgh, PA and received both his undergraduate and master's degrees at Carnegie Mellon in Human-Computer Interaction.